Annual and upcoming events
An annual event during the first week of February promoting harmony between all people regardless of their faith.
International Women's Day (8 March) is a global, annual day that celebrates the achievements of women and recognises the need for gender equality.
Darebin’s Backyard Harvest Festival is back, running over three weekends from 14–29 March as part of Darebin FUSE Festival for the first time.
Celebrated on 17 May each year, IDAHOBIT recognises the discrimination and human rights abuses experienced by LGBTIQ people around the world.
National Sorry Day is an annual ceremonial event held in Australia on 26 May, coinciding with the launch of the 1997 ‘Bringing them Home’ report. Reconciliation Week (27 May to 3 June) commences the day after Sorry Day.
Refugee Week is a national annual event that aims to create a culture of welcome for refugees and asylum seekers living among us.
National Aboriginal and Islanders Day Observance Committee (NAIDOC) Week celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
The Darebin Mayor’s Writing Award is an annual award for writers who live, work or study in the City of Darebin. Now in its sixth year, the award celebrates local stories and local writers. The theme for 2021 was Recovery.
Have you experienced racism or seen it happen in the community?
Wish to help yourself or others but not sure how?
Children’s Week is a national celebration recognising the talents, skills achievements and rights of children.
World Children's Day promotes the rights and welfare of children and young people globally.
A global campaign dedicated to ending gender-based violence and raising awareness about the impact of violence against women.
We are celebrating the International Day of People with Disability with lighting up our landmarks with the colours of the day.
'Brush, Book, Bed' is a 1.5-hour dental hygiene session for Darebin families with young children aged 5 or under.
FUSE is Darebin’s brand-new multi-arts festival, held in Autumn and Spring each year, designed to accommodate a range of different access points for audience and artists.